I have an enormous amount of Matlab code that I use on a regular basis for data analysis, including plotting routines. I find that the graphics produced by R2014 are structured so differently from all the previous releases I have used (going back to 2003) that many of my graphics programs simply don't work. For example, 'findobj' fails to find the colorbar in a figure containing an 'imagesc' plot, and so my color scale adjusting program crashes. Another example: a program that formats data to spec and then plots waveforms produces extra empty figure windows. I don't have these problems in any previous release, so I have gone back to using R2013b. Any advice going forward? Just keep using R2013b until it's no longer supported, and then rewrite my entire code base (yuk!)?